Korean Internet Deal for Lucent

Korean Internet Deal for Lucent

October 2, 2000

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SEOUL, S. Korea -- Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU) today announced it won a contract with Dreamline -- one of the leading broadband Internet service providers in Korea - to help build an advanced, high-speed optical Internet network for its customers. Dreamline will use Lucent's dense wave division multiplexing (DWDM) system that expands network capacity by simultaneously transmitting multiple wavelengths of light across a single fiber strand. Lucent's WaveStar(TM) OLS 400G has a maximum capacity of 400 gigabits per second (Gb/s), and will enable Dreamline's network to transmit approximately 80 million, one-page e-mails per second.

"Our customers' demand for high-speed Internet is dramatically increasing, and deploying DWDM technology is the only way to offer them the reliable, high-bandwidth service they need," said Mr. Kim, II Hwan, president of Dreamline. "Lucent's DWDM systems will help us provide best-in class broadband services for our customers."


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